Election Day is Tuesday, November 3, 2020. Voting by mail has begun in the State of NJ. Every registered voter in New Providence should have received a Vote-by-Mail ballot. If you did not receive your Vote-by-Mail ballot call 908-527-4996.
You will not be permitted to vote on the machine if you go to your polling place. Voters who appear at the polling location will be permitted to vote ONLY on a Provisional Paper Ballot. Only voters who are unable to complete a paper ballot will be permitted to vote on an ADA accessible voting machine. The Board of Election has assigned two polling places for New Providence voters on Election Day. You will receive a post card notifying you of your polling location.
Ballots may be returned one of four ways:
- You may mail your ballot through the US Postal Service. It must be postmarked on or before November 3, 2020. Ballots postmarked by November 3rd and received by November 10th will also be counted.
- You may deposit your ballot in the secure drop box located at the parking lot side of the Library at 377 Elkwood Avenue. The deadline for delivering your ballot is 8 PM on November 3, 2020.
- You may go to your designated polling location. You will be required to sign the poll book. The poll worker will deposit your ballot into a secure transfer case.
- You may return your ballot in person to the Union County Board of Elections office or one of the Union County Clerk’s Offices. If you are delivering your ballot in-person, you may deliver it until 8 pm on November 3rd; the night of the General Election. The office addresses are at newprov.org.
Additional information, instructions, and resources are posted on the borough website: